Pinterest and StumbleUpon are Worth a Look

Zachary Chouteau
June 19, 2012
These emerging platforms have potential for planners...

Industry Senior Education: Do we know it when we see it?

Joan Eisenstodt
June 16, 2012
In all the years in which I've served on committees, boards, councils and task forces, read and moderated industry discussions online and off, read industry trade publications, and facilitated learning at industry and industry-related programs, the meetings and hospitality industry has struggled to determine what "senior" education was. We're not even sure who the "senior" planner is - or the "senior" supplier. <br /> <br /> What does 'senior education' for our industry look like? Who are the senior planners? Join the discussion - maybe we can figure it out and take the industry deeper into education.<br />

Does our twitter community feel elitist?

Archived Posts
May 30, 2012
Here&rsquo;s the truth. If you were not already part of that community, it would feel a bit elitist, not as welcoming, as the most prolific tweeters have now gotten to know each other &ldquo;in real life&rdquo; and use the platform as a means to socialize as well as share content. In fact, the sharing of content seemed different, too. How many people actually use it for learning?&nbsp;

Updated Tips on Facebook Engagement

Archived Posts
May 23, 2012
What is currently working to get customers engaged on Facebook? Short posts of 80 characters or less. Twitter limits you to 140 characters, so basically, less is more with any of your social media posts. This blog post is going to cover some new best practices for Facebook profiles and pages.

Rules for Entertaining

Judy Cronkhite
May 21, 2012

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